Las Vegas Discount Show Tickets. How to Save 50% or more when you book a
Las Vegas show.
1.) Get Last Minute Tickets
Arrive at the show of your choice about 2 hours in advance. You can
then see if they have any discounted last-minute tickets. This works
best if you just need 1 or 2 seats or donít mind sitting in separate
seats. You can often get excellent seats for a fraction of the cost of a
regular show. However, you also risk not getting any tickets, since
popular shows can sell out fast.
2.) Reserving Tickets
We suggest using the hotel website where the show is being
performed to get the lowest show ticket rates. Just do a search on
Google for the hotel and then look for their show tickets section.
Another choice is to use TicketMaster.com.
Get tickets as early as possible, since Vegas shows are so popular
now that finding tickets at a fair price is often a challenge. If it
is a very popular event and all the seats are sold-out, or you donít
see any good seats left that you want, consider using a ticket
broker. We offer ticket brokering services and contract with
hundreds of ticket sellers. You can find seats for most sold-out
shows by visiting our Show
Tickets Section. You will find that these prices are at a
premium, so if you are flexible in your dates and the show you want
is still playing, pick another day and time and you will often get a
much better price. Early shows tend to be easier to get than the
later ones. Also, Sunday-Thursday will be the easiest days to get
show tickets, since things are less busy. Be sure to check the show
schedules, since many shows are dark on certain weekdays or various
times of the year.
3.) Half Price Tickets.
There are stores in Las Vegas that specialize in selling discount
show tickets offered on the same day of the performance. One is
called Half Price
Tickets Visit This
Link for details. The stores are located at several discount
kiosks and include the Fashion Show Mall entrance, North Strip
across Stardust hotel, downtown near the 4 Queens hotel. You
can often get very good deals, but the selection can be limited. The
hours are 12p-9p. You can call 877-849-4868 for more information.
4.) Free Tickets
Show tickets are one of the few things in Las Vegas that
are not that hard getting for free. It really depends on the show.
Some, like the circus acts at Circus
Circus are free all
the time. Here are some guides with many free things to see and do: Free
Show Guide Things
to do in Vegas If you gamble enough the hotels may comp
you with free show tickets. If it is a small show, this may be a lot
easier than you think Ö Even playing slot machines for a few hours
may qualify you for tickets. A good way to get comps is to just
signup for a Players Card available at almost all the casinos. It is
free to get one and will help make sure your hard-earned playing is
tracked and rewarded with comps.
Another way to see free shows is to signup for a timeshare
presentation. The tickets are real and compensation for your time
listening to a 2-3 hour presentation. You may dread it when you are
listening to the long presentation, but the reward is real show
tickets. The people pushing the free show tickets are at most hotels
and hard to miss. We would suggest only getting them from people at
a trusted location, like inside a hotel.
5.) Discounted Tickets on the Street
If you see people selling discounted tickets on the street
or in a questionable location, stay clear, since it is likely to be
a scam and you will have worthless tickets. If it seems to good to
be true, it probably isÖ